Pictured above: CPT’s Deputy CEO Helen Matthews with The Duchess of Rutland

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) was delighted to have been chosen as one of the beneficiary charity’s for the annual Charity Clay Shoot, which took place at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire on Thursday 3rd May 2018, raising a fantastic £27,000 for CPT.

The day began with a warm welcome to Belvoir Castle and a hearty full cooked breakfast before guests joined the clay shoot at various locations around the stunning Belvoir Estate. Guests were then invited back to the castle for a champagne reception, followed by a delicious lunch and a charity auction in the beautiful Regents Gallery., Helen Matthews (pictured above) attended the day and said:

“Everyone had a fabulous time – with shooting that tested skill and expertise in a magnificent setting, most generously hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. Thank you to Belvoir Castle and all the fantastic teams that participated in the Clay Pigeon Shoot and a particular thanks to the Duchess of Rutland for her support - CPT was delighted to benefit and to be included in such a prestigious event.” 

Pictured above: Belvoir Castle and its stunning grounds